Feminism in Ireland can be identified from the early 1900’s. In 1918, women could only vote at the age of 30 and only if they have property or university qualifications but men were allowed to vote at the age of 21 with no qualifications.
It’s hard to recall many female figures of Irish history being discussed in our secondary school textbooks. If they were mentioned, it was as secondary participants. Of course we all know Constance Markievicz, our first